About your Search

20120925
20121003
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)
have i been too soft on? how about kelsey warren, chairman/ceo of energy transfer partners. the stocky hate the most on my charitable trust. this is a remarkably poor performer. it's 8% plus yield. can't break the fall. why have they become such a loser? warren, ceo, lacks discipline. keeps buying and buying, piling debt on top of deb, thereby forcing his company to do equity deals, like he did after coming on this show and moved the stock higher with promises of good growth in 2013. talk about shameful behavior. my charitable trust wants to see what happens when the sunoco acquisition closings, which could happen next month. he hopes that will get them out of the natural gas deal he dug. i've lost faith in his leadership because he cannot grow distribution despite all the deals he's done. he's done the impossible. he's created an oil and gas pipeline that should have taken advantage of all the new finds of oil and gas in this country, like mark west, kinder morgan, enterprise partners, he should be raising distribution while growing earnings along with the industry but now he's given
? who have i been too soft on? how about kelsey warren, the chairman and ceo of energy transfer partners, the stock i hate the most of all the names on my charitable trust. that's right. he's been on the show many times. this has been a remarkably poor performer, it's 8% plus yield can't even seem to break the fall. why has etp become such a loser? i think it's pretty simple. warren, the ceo seems to be lacking discipline. he keeps buying and buying and buying things, he can't seem to stop himself. piling debt on top of debt, forcing his company to do equity deals like the one right after coming on this show and helping to move the stock higher with the promises of good growth in 2013. talk about shameful behavior. now, i will say this, i'm wary of telling you to sell energy transfer partners right here when my charitable trust has dug in its heels. hoping he'll get the company out of the hole he's dug. i believe the stock can pop. but warren has not been able to grow the distribution. i say he's done the impossible. created an oil and gas pipeline company that should've been able to tak
warren, michigan. the arsenal for the second world war. henry ford built a b-25 bomber every 55 minutes. anyhow, it's cabot oil and gas. >> i'd hold on to it. let's go to lucy, like lucy the elephant in new jersey when i was growing up in margate. go ahead, lucy. >> caller: this is lucy from wayne. >> great paintball. i'm sorry. >> caller: thanks for taking my call. i wanted to ask you today about dex. >> oh, boy. i don't know where to begin. this thing is a one-way ticket to a lack of paradise. uggs have definitely peaked. the tom brady uggs not doing that well, he had a good game yesterday. if martinez were to come on the show we'd feel a heck of a lot better. we need to hear from management. that's what going to turn the tide. i need to go to harlan in washington. >> caller: hey, jim, vancouver boo-yah to you. i have celgene and the stock has moved up so much. do you still have a strong buy on them? >> i like it and we're getting some good news out of europe. i think i want to own celgene and buy celgene right here. let's go to janet in ohio. >> caller: yes, we love you here in ohio.
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)